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Dated: May. 31, 2013
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In this guide we will show you how to get rid of unwanted "trash" that keeps piling up when you are using Microsoft Windows. This guide is mostly about surfing the Internet, ie. Cleaning the applications you surf with (Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer…)
Maintenance is the most important thing when using anything, and even unobstructed surfing on the Internet. A large amount of "trash" that builds in the operational system can lead to a wrong password in Facebook, Youtube can work slower and all sorts of other problems. The program that will help you in cleaning is the CCleaner, and you can download it here or you can find it through Google. The great thing is that the program is FREE!
In the following steps we will show you how to install and use the CCleaner!
After downloading the program, start the installation and choose the language that you will use during the installation.
After the welcoming message click next to continue.
In the new window choose "I Accept" to continue.
Here you have multiple possibilities about where the program will be shown after it is installed as well as the possibility to check the availability of the application upgrading. For continuing, click "Next".
In most cases when the program is free you will get to a step where you are imposed with the installation of some sort of application. That application is not necessarily bad, like in this case. Here it is about the installation of the Google search engine – Google Chrome.
Click "Install" to start the installation.
The installation shouldn't take long...
After finishing the installation you will be asked if you want to keep cookies in Internet browsers before their cleaning. Internet cookies contain all access information of web services like Gmail, Facebook, Hotmail...
The main window of the CCleaner appeared. In the top part you have a choice of which parts of the operating system you want to clean. In the lower right corner you have the possibility to analyze the chosen things, as well as the start up of the cleaning.
After choosing the option "Start cleaning", you will get a warning about the files being permanently deleted. That refers to the "trash" that we want to clean. Choose "Ok" to continue.
After the cleaning is finished, you will what the amount of the cleaned items is. The next option in the left row is "Register"...
The register cleaner is very useful because of the junk that piles up if you don't clean it regularly. First, choose "Find redundant”, and then “Remove redundant ”, and after that you are asked if you want the changes to be saved that will happen in the register. In 99% of the cases it is not needed.
The last step in cleaning the register is choosing the option “Remove all marked redundancies”.
Choose “Close” to end the procedure.
The next option is in the left row and is called “Tools” with which you can adjust your computer even better, like for example “Deinstallation” that contains the whole list of installed programs. Sometimes that is simpler and better than the options in Control Panel.
The last option on the left side is “Options” where you can adjust the settings of the application itself, ie. how it does its job. All options are thoroughly explained on the chosen language.
We hope that this guide has helped you.
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